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are expanding and adding more assembly lines. not here in the u.s. but in mexico. phil lebeau has the story. >> reporter: it looks like any other auto plant in the year but nissan's lines in mexico represent the latest surge in north america for the japanese auto maker. >> we're building a second plant, 175,000 cars a year. capable of doing four cars, mexico becoming the export hub for americas return nissan's expansion is one reason mexico passed canada and closing the gap with the u.s. for car production. >> mexico is proven for a long time and not just years but for a long time for us it's a fantastic world class quality operation. >> reporter: what's driving mexico's auto boom? the country's central location and numerous trade agreements allow auto companies to export from there to europe, even asia. auto makers make a fraction of the wage line workers make north of the border. >> somebody in mexico might make 3 or $4 an hour. an out toe worker in ohio might be making five to eight times more than that. >> reporter: the brookings institute estimate half of the auto jobs will be in mexic
money the local star beau coup participants to them the brushes. in two thousand the two city administration concluded agreements with when users who are willing to transfer these land plots to the state costs the capital administration was held by the suction kiama at the time the room is overstated what's your pick him up if he thought it was it due to the us although local authorities about their needs emily and that is what facilities and where are they going to build in the next ten years twenty thousand hectares were together throughout the country when we started to check those lands. the turnout than on the fifteen thousand actors are government property and no exemption is required in the remaining thirteen thousand actors were private land to put us up she said did we just need to work or rather the story is we have all the necessary legislative frameworks this concerns not only tossed the bottle much use well that sport should be resumed in completed a stupor i will ration of boston are our friends all forecast in indicators one hundred and fifty six thousand people
beau coup money to charity to try to -- the greater good is served by having a law that is being mandated, all right? , imposed on the population clear number one and functional number two. and neither of those things are happening doctor. >> bill, you have to remember this law is not effecting the vast majority of the population. vast who get insurance from employer or government are not affected by this law. this is not a takeover. >> we don't know that yet. the law is only six weeks old. we don't know that yet. but the evidence rolling in is that the suffering being caused by the law is much more intense than the help it is going to give. all right you and i have a gentleman's disagreement on that. that's just what we have $400,000 taxpayer money given to you. you earned it. i'm sure that you spent a lot of time on this. but now you are being criticized for it that's. >> go ahead. i was technical consultant to the department of health and human services. basically i have a computer model that helps the administration and congress decide how to structure this law that computer
, there was another beau waiting for her, another male friend waiting for her. it was another year. >> what was the age different? >> he was born in 1917, she in 1929. 12 years. >> they met several times before? >> she first met him on a train. she wrote about it. she said this congressman with reddish brown hair i met on the train, i don't think she had ever heard of him. she had a book and a famous ambassador to england, that was not her world. >> he didn't remember. >> next up. you're on the air. >> what was her favorite hobbies? what did she like to do in her spare time? >> all right, thank you. sounds like we have another student watching us tonight. can you tell us about yourself? >> i'm 12 years old. >> doing wonderfully with 12-year-olds tonight. thank you for calling. >> i love history and watching channels and learning new things every time i turn on the tv. so i saw this channel and i decided to ask a question because i love history. >> i'm from chicago. >> how perfect be 12 the same age as jaclyn bouvier when she went to the white house? >> you asked about her hobbies. >> they p
. >> we are getting numbers on auto sales. chrysler already came out with a miss. phil lebeau has ford numbers. >> reporter: these are slightly below the estimate, overall ford for the month of october, an increase of sales of 14%. again, the street was expecting 15.5%. a couple of numbers stand out here. the best retail sales for the month of october since 2004. we usually don't focus on just one month. that is interesting. best retail sales since 2004. the f-series, it continues to be just incredible. up 63,000 in terms of total sales, up 13% for the month. that is the sixth straight month with f-series sales of greater than 60,000. guys back to you. >> phil, thank you for that. >> the stock does anything. >> i was going to ask you, you know, we've seen some of the whole sale inventory numbers showing stockpiling at auto dealers. some of the loans are stretched out. >> gm stories there about no deals, deals, i think if you don't offer these deals, you got to stay on that treadmill. these stocks have stalled. i don't know why. i'm saying that it's not as easy because europe is turning
on the verge of an unprecedented deal that will get the company through the bulk of its orders. phil lebeau has the details out of chicago. good morning, phil. >> reporter: good morning. this is important for boeing and machinists. they're saying are we're sure we're going to have labor peace through the rest of the decade? that's what it looks like as they're close to signing a deal. for boeing as they close in on this deal, the labor contract, if they agree to a new one, would ensure the 777x, that it would largely be assembled in the puget sound area. what does boeing get out of this deal? a new contract that would run through at least 2020 and perhaps several years after that, ensuring labor peace for boeing for several years, which is going to be critical as they go through the rest of this decade. you've got to go back to 2008, the last time that boeing had to deal with a strike by the machinist union. when you look at boeing's back log, the important thing is boeing wants the certainty about the fixed labor costs for more than 4,700 planes. this is a all-time record. the value, $345 bill
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